Don't Call Me Special: A First Look at Disability

Publisher: Hachette

Review

This picture book introduces key concepts and ideas about disability in an accessible and imaginative way.

It takes the approach that each of us is in some way 'different', and that all of us may sometimes require equipment and help in life.

Issues such as preconceptions, forms of disability, types of school, learning disabilities and attitudes towards disability are explored in a gentle but effective style.

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